I've long held that good code is like poetry (and I'm far from the only one). Everything should have a purpose, and if you ever repeat yourself, there should be a good reason. With various high-level coding languages, you can enable or even automate incredibly complex tasks with relatively little effort, and it's done by building on the foundations of lower-level machine languages, mid-level operating systems.

And since all that work has already been done, programming for a high-l...
Tuesday May 15th, 2018Read More
We live in a world where we use technology to make almost everything in our lives easier. We set alarms on our cell phones, we ask our Google Home what the weather is, and we use apps to start our cars when it's cold out. All of these things can benefit every member of the family, but what about our furry family members? That's right, pet tech is real, and it's constantly evolving, just like our tech is. Many pet owners know the look we get from our pets when we walk out the door eve...
Thursday May 10th, 2018Read More
Each day, the amount of devices in our lives grows: from the tablet your child(ren) just had to have to the kiosks that you use to order McDonald's at lunch. Now more than ever, you're likely to have some device that isn't working the way it should, and inevitably someone is going to drop one of those expensive conglomerations of tech, only to find that it stopped functioning entirely. Warranties are a good thing to have for these devices—as many times they offer an insurance t...
Monday May 7th, 2018Read More
It's about that time of year again: the birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and it's not dark already when you get off of work. With the coming of spring comes a reawakening in the popularity (and playability) of the cult classic Pokémon Go (GO). Whether just opening the app on your walk between locations or getting together with your friend to tackle gyms and raid battle, the nice weather means an increase in people playing GO and trying to enjoy the weather before it gets to...
Wednesday May 2nd, 2018Read More
General Security News

In the good news column for April, Dutch Police raided and took down the online DDoS marketplace Webstresser, which sold DDoS attacks for relatively low prices.

Additionally for the first time ever, Microsoft developed their own Linux Kernal. Azure OS is designed to work in concert with a custom Microsoft chipset to bring security to every level of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The OS and chip combined will secure both hardware and software, and the plan is to uti...
Wednesday May 2nd, 2018Read More



You invested thousands of dollars to rank on Google. And it worked. You rank higher than your competition for several top keywords. Your organic search traffic is going through the roof. You are in lead conversion heaven. Until now—you made one tiny huge mistake: you neglected the mobile version of your site.

Most of us in the digital space have heard the statistic that 90% of the world’s information was created in the p...
Tuesday May 1st, 2018Read More

When most people think of a website, they don't see it the same way a business does. They don't see it as a business asset, meant to generate leads and drive users down to your product or service, with the ultimate goal of making a sale. They see it as a place for information, that facilitates that sale. The great truth about websites is no matter what industry, no matter if you're part of a business or a single person with a website working from home, your website can, and shoul...
Tuesday April 24th, 2018Read More

Picture it: you're coming home from a long day of work or school and you're ready to kick back, relax, and pwn noobs on your game console. You sit down, grab your controller and start up your console, only to be greeted with a black screen and a "No signal... TV going to sleep" message. There's nothing worse than starting your presumably working console, only to see that something is off, and there's more work ahead of you today. The unfortunate truth of the matter ...
Thursday April 19th, 2018Read More

Corsair VOID Headset: An Armor Review


Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound
RGB Dynamic Multicolor Lighting
Microfiber/Memory Foam headband and ear cups
Fully adjustable headband
Noise-Cancelling Microphone
USB Connection Interface

A few months ago, the development team at Armor decided to implement softphones through their computers to make their work lives just a little bit easier. While the developers sat there with their fancy headsets on day after day, ...
Tuesday April 17th, 2018Read More
Epic Games: The Beginning

Epic Games has been around since the early '90s, where they started as Potomac Computer Systems. After publishing his first game ZZT, the CEO Tim Sweeney changed the name of the company to Epic MegaGames, and that's where the story really began. Based in Cary, North Carolina, Epic Games (Epic) has been pivotal in the gaming space, and whether you are aware of it or not has changed the way the idea of gaming is portrayed today.

The Unreal Engine: Epic Games...
Wednesday April 11th, 2018Read More

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